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The U.S. Surgeon General’s groundbreaking recent report, Facing Addiction in America, cites a program co-founded by Chapman University professor Michelle Miller-Day, Ph.D., as a model for substance-abuse prevention. Issued amid an opioid crisis that has seen annual overdose deaths surpass deaths from both car accidents and gun violence, the Surgeon General’s 428-page November report commends
Two Chapman University students were crowned the new Miss Orange Coast and Miss Orange County in a regional scholarship competition held Saturday, Jan. 7, at Orange Lutheran High School- Nechita Center for the Performing Arts. Business administration major Eileen Kim ’17 was crowned Miss Orange County, and broadcast journalism major Natalie Benson ’19 was crowned
The Jewish Book Council has honored a law professor at Chapman University’s Dale E. Fowler School of Law with one of its highest honors. Professor Michael Bazyler’s book Holocaust, Genocide, and the Law: A Quest for Justice in a Post-Holocaust World, was selected by the council as the winner in the Holocaust category for the
A student in Chapman’s MA in War and Society program is part of a team selected for the Normandy: Sacrifice for Freedom Albert H. Small Student and Teacher Institute, a program offered by National History Day.
Chapman University has again been listed in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine as one of the nation’s 100 best-value private universities. Chapman is at No. 84 among private universities selected from across the nation in the annual ranking. This list is based on a variety of measurable standards, from student-faculty ratios to on-time graduation rates and
In honor of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday and MLK Day on January 16, 2017, OC Weekly devotes its “OC Speakly” podcast to Dr. King and his two speeches in Orange County: in 1961 in Memorial Hall at then-Chapman College, and in 1968 — sadly just a few weeks before his assassination —
The Hon. Loretta Sanchez ’82, who served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1997 to 2017, has donated the congressional papers from her 20 years in office to Chapman University’s Leatherby Libraries. The collection includes 25 boxes of her files, papers and committee work, mostly focused on Vietnamese human rights, her work with the
Chapman University’s Nobel laureate in economic science, Vernon Smith, Ph.D., hit the big 9-0 — yes, his 90th birthday — on January 1, 2016. Since that was a holiday for some other reasons, the University decided to celebrate Vernon’s big day a few days later, on January 4, with an all-day economic science conference and
Her documentary shines a light on the stories of lifeguards saving Syrian refugees from drowning. And the politics of what to do about the refugee crisis? First, stop the drownings, she says.